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'Twas the first day of June in '57;
I overslept and arose at eleven.
I shaved and I pondered my busy day —
Two things at a time have become my way,
For a ghost can't nick himself, needless to say.
Clutter was strewn all 'round the attic,
For my wife's cleaning days are rather sporadic.
The litter of last evening's game of chess
Began to frustrate my favorite ghostess.
She sent me away with tone emphatic,
And I swooped from the rooms of my dust-charmed attic.
The porch was crammed with warm alumnae.
Whose corsages were wilting, as indeed was I;
There I stopped to tilt a preposterous hat —
(In the flesh I was much more reserved than that.)
Each frightful hat framed a friendly face,
But my destination was another place.
I slipped to the Bookstore with stealthy approach
And raised the cover of the new Stagecoach.
I peeked at my pictures and was pleased to see
They were definitely, strikingly me.
I scrutinized the faces dear,
And perhaps I may have shed a tear.
For a moment I saw into future days,
(For such is my power and such are my ways)
When these young ladies their children will raise.
When they have a minute after dinner,
And have tied in bed each little sinner,
I hope they'll not forget this book,
But pull it out and have a look;
And recall the fun of Saint Mary's halls
Before the baby interrupts with squalls.
Much later still when the children are grown.
And again they've time to call their own,
They'll see the faces of once-young friends
With whom time's rage also contends.
Thev'll all have lumbago and rheumatiz
And muscle-aches where no muscle is.
If they'll close the book and forget their pain.
And, remembering Saint Mary's, charter a plane
To visit in person their old habitats
I'll meet them here; I'll tilt back their hats,
Their faces to scan that I may discern
If they absorbed the lessons I set them to learn . . .
Then I suddenly remembered
'Twas hours since eleven
And my blessings gave to the Saint's '57.
The Ghost of Dr. Smedes.
Dedicated humbly, gratefully, and devotedly to
The legend of the Ghost of Dr. Smedes
And his famed attic home
You would accept if you could see
Him through the campus roam.
He dines and sleeps and entertains
In garret cozy and warm.
But daily, faithful calls he makes
Through classroom, gym, and dorm.
He's perched upon your hockey slick
Each time you make a goal,
And he's at every meeting held —
'Though he's not on the roll.
He occupies that empty desk
In lab and lecture too,
And if your seat is near the back
He may sit next to you.
He dons his tux for every dance
Inside the fancy gym.
His dress may seem quite strange to you.
But looks just right on him.
He stands in the receiving line.
His glasses on his nose,
And during intermission time
He takes a little doze.
If the orchestra plays a familiar piece,
A Viennese waltz perchance,
With courtly bow, and debonair,
He may ask you to dance.
If you would know our Dr. Smedes,
Then of him have no fear:
Someday, when you expect him least,
You'll see him standing near.
RICHARD G. STONE
A.B.. Western Maryland College: Ph.D.. The Johns Hopkins University: L.H.D.. Western Maryland College.
St. Mary's. 1946-.
EDITH A. RICHARDSON
I. HARDING HUGHES
Bessie B. Brown, in charge oj Bookstore and Post Office: Evie
Callahan. Housekeeper: Betty Debnani. Alumnae Secretary:
Mary Jane Hornback, Hostess: Nell Ruth Jewel. R.N.. Resident
Nurse: Julia Jordan, Secretary: Lillian Pope, Assistant Die-
titian; Margaret Sasser, Assistant Hostess; Mrs. Susanne
Jacobus, Biology, Hygiene; Mary Lewis Sasser, Secretary:
Macy Seagroves. R.N.. Nurse; Stella T. Smith. Operator; Delia
Truitt. Dietitian; Elizabeth Gordon Tucker, Secretary to the
President; Frances Vann. Secretary.
Jacqueline Merritt Barber Physical Education
G. C. '47-'49; A.B., Carolina. St. Mary's, 19S5-.
Elizabeth Bason Home Economics
A.B., Flora Macdonald College; M.A.. Columbia Uni-
versity. St. Mary's. 1924-.
Carolyn Miller Blount Physical Education
B.S., The Woman's College of the University of North
Carolina. St. Mary's. 1955-.
Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects
A.B.. Winthrop College; further study at Southern
Business University and Appalachian Slate Teachers
College. St. Mary's. 1950-.
Janet R. Broughton Mathematics anil French
A.B.. Lindenwood College; M.A.. Oherlin College. St.
Russell Broughton Head of Music Department
Organ, Harmony, History oj Music
Mus.B., Mus.M., Oberlin College: Fellow of the Ameri-
can Guild of Organists; Pi Kappa Lambda Estey
Scholarship. Conservatoire Americain Fontainebleau;
pupil in organ of George Whitfield Andrews. Henri
Libert: in theory, of A. E. Heacox: in composition, of
G. W. Andrews, Nadi Boulanger: in improvisation, of
Marcel Dupre. St. Mary's. 194(1-.
Helen Abel Brown Librarian
A.B., M.A.. Middlebury College; further study in Uni-
versidad de Mexico. Mexico. D. F.; A.B. in Library
Science, University of Michigan. St. Mary's. 1937-.
Mary Johnson Browne Assistant in the Library
A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. West Virginia Univer-
sity. St. Mary's, 1952-.
Owens Hand Browne Chemistry
B.S.. North Carolina State College; Ph.D.. The Johns
Hopkins University. St. Mary's. 1950-.
Geraldine Spinks Cate Voice, Glee Club
A.B., University of South Carolina; Mus.B., West-
minister Choir College; M.A., in Music. Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University: pupil of Julie Bell Soudant.
St. Mary's, 1940-.
Louise Keith Cell English
B.A., Texas State College for Women; M.A., Southern
Methodist University. St. Mary's. 1952-.
Florence C. Davis Speech and Thea're Arts
Bachelor of Oratory. Emerson College: pupil of Edith
llerrick: Feagin School: Teachers College. Columbia
University. St. Mary's, 1911-.
Jane Goss Guess Sociology
B.S.. University of Wisconsin. St. Mary's. 1938-'51;
William C. Guess Head oj Department, History and
Social Sc enca
A.B.. University of North Carolina; M.A.. The Johns
Hopkins University. St. Mary's. 1928- .
Ruth McNitt Hafley Music Department Accompanist
Oberlin Conservatory; B.S.. Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity. St. Mary's. 1956- .
Mary Ruth Haig Piano
De Pauw University School of Music; graduate in
piano, pupil of James Friskin, Juilliard School of
Music; B.S., in Music Education, Teachers College,
Columbia University; M.S.. in Piano, Juilliard School
of Music: pupil of Sascha Gorodnitzki, pupil of Robert
and Gaby Casadesus. Conservatoire Americain, Fon-
tainebleau. St. Mary's, 1937-.
George B. S. Hale Bible
1938-'40, Southwestern, Memphis, Tennessee; 1947,
East Tennessee State. Johnson City, Tennessee;
1942-'45. University of the South. Sewanee, Tennessee.
St. Mary's. 1956-. '
Lawrence E. Hinkle Latin
A.B., University of Colorado; M.A.. Columbia Uni-
versity; D.S. es Latin, Dijon University. St. Mary's.
Camilla Hoy Spanish, French
A.B., M.A.. University of South Carolina; Ph.D.. Bryn
Mawr College. St. Mary's, 1952-.
Israel Harding Hughes Bible
A.B.. University of North Carolina: B.D.. Episcopal
Theological School. Cambridge. Mass. St. Mary's.
Dr. Chauncey L. Royster Physician
Susanne J. Jacobus Biology, Hygiene
A.B., Salem College; M.S.. University of Michigan:
Cornell University, Critic Teacher. Science Teacher
Training Program. St. Mary's. 1953-.
Sara Esther Jones English
B.S.. Asheville College; M.A.. George Peabody College
for Teacher. St. Mary's. 1947-.
Annie Ruth Lineberry Mathematics
A.B.. Meredith College; M.A., Columbia University.
St. Mary's. 1927-.
Joan McGee Biology Laboratory Assistant
A.B.. Howard College, Birmingham. Alabama. St.
Charles Albert Petigru Moore
Head of Department, English
A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina. St. Mary's.
Katharine Morris Art, History of Art
Graduate of St. Mary's; studied further at University
of North Carolina. Meredith College. Woman's College
of University of North Carolina. Abbot School of Art,
New York School of Fine and Applied Art. St. Mary's.
Mabel Margaret Morrison
History, Psychology, Geography
A.B.. M.A., Dalhousie University; Ph.D.. University of
Toronto. St. Mary's. 1929-.
Eugene F. Parker German, Spanish
B.S., Norwich University: M.A.. Ph.D.. Harvard Uni-
versity. St. Mary's, 1947-.
Donald Perry Piano, Theory
Mus.B.. Oberlin College; M.A.. Teachers College.
Columbia University: pupil of Rosalvn Tureck and
Frank Sheridan. New York: Adjudicator. National
Guild Auditions. St. Mary's. 1940-41 : 1944-.
Carolyn Peacock Poole English, History
A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. Oberlin College. St.
Edith Anne Richardson English
A.B.. Wellesley College. St. Mary's. 1955-.
Julienne Moncin Smith
Head oj French Department ; French, Spanish
A.B.. M.A.. University of South Carolina; Cerficat
D' Etudes, Sorbonne. St. Mary's. 1947-.
Margaret C. Williams Studio and Art History
A.B.. in Fine Arts. Woman's College of University of
North Carolina: M.A.. Woman's College of University
of North Carolina. St. Mary's, 1956-.
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Senior Class Officers
Patricia Anne Adams Willow Springs, N. C.
"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure.
and pleasure my business."
Little Store Committee '56-'57; Belles Staff '56-'57;
Virginia Lee Arbogast Asheville, N. C.
"Lee" industrious, fun loving
"Distance adds enchantment."
Glee Club \55-'57; Ensemble '55-'57; Dramatics
Club '55-'57; What Every Woman Knows '56;
Peg-O-My-Heart "57; Choir "56-'57: Y.D.C. '55-'57,
President '56-'57; Belles Staff '56-'57; May Day
Emma Carol Biggers Charlotte, N. C.
"Big," mischevious, wit
"Sunshine of the mind."
Hall Counselor '56-'57; Belles Staff '54- '55; Glee
Club '54-\55; Stagecoach \55-'56; Canterbury
Club '53-'54; Y.W.C.A. '55'56; Y.D.C. '55'56;
Altar Guild \56-'57; Hockey Team '54-'57; Volley-
ball '56-'57; Nominating Committee '55-'57; Presi-
dent of Sigmas '56-'57; Sigma.
Nancy Margaret Black Rockingham. N. C.
"Ape," artistic, Earl
"Curfew must not ring tonight."
Stagecoach Staff '56-'57: Belles Staff. Cartoonist
'56-'57; Hall Representative '53-'54; Y.W.C.A.
'56-'57; Y.R.C. '56-'57; Choir '54-'56; Altar Guild
'56-'5/; Dramatics Club '53-'57; Senior Christmas
Pageant '56-'57; Art Certificate; Mu.
Elise Guerard Bond Savannah. Ga.
"Wuh," personality plus, bubbling
"A merry heart goes all the day."
Altar Guild '56-'57; Orchesis \56-'57; Belles Staff
'56-'57; Vice-Counselor \56-'57; Dramatics Club
'55-'57; Softball '55-'57; Sigma.
Ann Elizabeth Bonner High Point, N. C.
"Baby" cute, smart
"Zealous, yet modest, innocent, though free."
Sigma Pi Alpha '55-'57. Vice-President \56-'57;
Nominating Committee \55-'56: Belles, Headlines
Editor '56- '57; Altar Guild '56- '57; Y.W.C.A.
'56-'57; Y.D.C. \56-\57; Orchesis \56-'57; Doctors'
Daughters' Club '56-'57; Hall Counselor '56-'57;
Mary Harrington Bowen Gastonia, N. ('..
"Barry,'' happa-Sig, indispensikle
"The heart to conceive, the understanding to direct,
the hand to execute. "
Legislative Body Representative '53-'57; Beacon
'53-'55. President '54-'55; Y.W.C.A. '53-'57, Sec-
Treas. '54- '55; Orchesis '53-'57; Baskethall '53-'55;
Hockey All-Star '56-'57; Letter Club '56-*57; Nomi-
nating Committee '53-57; Glee Club '53-'56; Cap-
tain. Softball Team '54- '55: Hall Representative
'53-'54; President of Sophomore Class '54-'55;
Circle '54-'57. Sec. '55-56 : Volleyball '54-'55;
Honor Council '55-57 ; President of Student Govern-
ment Association "56-57 ; Altar Guild "56- "57: Sen-
ior Pageant 56'57: Vice-Counselor 56-57; Stage-
coach \56-'57; Sigma.
Elizabeth Tucker Brinklev Plymouth. N. C.
"Brink," witty, school spirit
"Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown."
Glee Club '55-'56; Choir 55-57: President. Senior
Class \56-'57: Belles Staff '55-'56; Counselor '56-57;
Basketball '56-'57; Circle, Secretary '55'57: Altar
Guild '56-"57: Y.D.C. '55-'57: Dramatics Club "55-
'57: Granddaughters' Club '55-57. Vice-President
"56-57: ' Christmas Pageant '56-57: Legislative
Body Representative "56'57: Sigma.
Ruth Fordham Brock Richlands, N. C.
"Rufus. ' unforgettable, cheerful
"'Devout yet cheerful, active yet resigned.
Y.W.C.A. "55'56: Y.D.C. "56'57: Stagecoach
Staff "56-"57; Granddaughters' Club '56-"57: Altar
Guild "56-'57: Little Store Committee '56-57;
Canterbury Club '55-56: Circle '57: Mu.
Virginia Joan Brooks Greensboro. N. C.
"Brooksie, ' clothes. Southern draul
"Stvle is the dress of thoughts."
Y.W.C.A. \55-'57: Y.R.C. '55-"57: Dramatics Club
'55'57: Hockey Team 55-56: Vice-Counselor "56-
"57: Chief Dance Marshal "56-57: Orchesis '55-57:
Belles Staff '55-"57: Stagecoach Staff "56-'57: Mu.
Anne Helen Byrd Willow Springs. N. C.
"fiyrrf." gentle. Julliard
"I love tranquil solitude and such society as is quiet.
wise, and good."
Belles Staff "56-"57: Y.W.C.A. '55-"57: Glee Club
'56-57: Y.D.C. '56-57: Christmas Pageant "56'57;
Sarah Carolyn Charles St. Petersburg. Fla.
"Charlie," good-looks, musical
"Individuality is everywhere to be guarded and
honored as the root of all good."
Y.D.C. '55-57; Sigma Pi Alpha '55-57: Hall Coun-
selor "56-"57: Nominating Committee "55-57: Belles
Staff '56-57: Sigma Cheerleader '55-'57: Sigma.
Louise Mann Cheatham Greenville, N. C.
dependable, demure, bridge
"The more the merrier."
Altar Guild '55-\57, President '56-'57; Orchesis
'55-'57; Belles Staff '55-'56; Stagecoach Staff '56-
'57; Y.D.C. '55-'57; May Day Pageant '55-'57;
Dance Marshal '56-'57; Vice-Counselor \56-'57; Mu
Cheerleader '55-'57; Mu.
Catharine Ann Copp South Bend. Ind.
"AT," Veep, enthusiastic
Orchesis '53-'57; Dramatics Club '53-'57; Y.W.C.A.
'54-'57, Vice-President '55-'56; Glee Club '54-'57;
Y.R.C. '54-'57, Secretary '55-'56; Beacon '54- '55;
Circle '56-'57; Constitution Committee '55- '57,
Chairman '56-'57; Orientation Committee. Chair-
man '56-'57; Honor Council '56-'57; Legislative
Body '56-'57; Hockey All Star '56-'57; Treasurer
Sophomore Class '54-'55; Secretary Junior Class
'55-'56; Vice-President, Student Government '56-
'57: Counselor '56- '57; Stagecoach '55-"57; Mu.
Helen Earle Corbett Macclesfield, N. C.
Bob, engaged, domestic
"The love light in her eyes."
Y.W.C.A. '53-*57; Dramatics Club '53-'57; Orchesis
'53-'57, Secretary-Treasurer '56-'57; Beacon '54-
'55; Stagecoach Staff '56- '57; Belles Staff '56-'57;
Hall Counselor '56-'57; Honor Council '56-"57;
Circle '56-'57; May Court '56-'57; Senior Christmas
Pageant '56; Mu.
Florence Lynne Courtney Raleigh, N. C.
practical, cordial, helpful
"With malice toward none, with charity for all."
Glee Club '55-'57; Mu.
Mittie Irene Crumpler Mebane, N. C.
"Mickie," originality, beauty
"There's nothing half so sweet in life."
Y.W.C.A. '53-'56; Dance Marshal '54- '56; Belles
Staff '54-'55; Bulletin '55-"57; Marshal '56-'57;
Orchesis '54-'57; Stagecoach Staff '53-"57: Y.R.C.
'56- '57; May Court '54-'57; Vice-Counselor '56-'57;
Sylvia McKoy Crumpler Mebane. N. C.
gifted, personality, dales
"To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark
of talent. "
Canterbury Club \53-"54; Orchesis '53-'57; Beacon
'54-'55: Vice-President, Junior Class '55-'56; Bul-
letin '54-'57, Editor '56-'57: Y.W.C.A. '55-'57;
Altar Guild '56-'57; May Court '56-'57; Sigma Pi
Alpha '55-'57. Program Chairman '56-'57; Marshal
Joyce Broadhurst Curry Thomasville, Ga.
"Nub," gay, "Georgia Cracker'
' Life is a pure flame, and we live by an invisible
sun within us."
YW.C.A. '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Granddaughters'
Club '55-'57; Belles Staff '56-'57; Altar Guild '56-
'57; Dramatics Club \55-\56; Mu.
Polly Bess Daniel Wilson. N. C.
nea/, pretty, lovable
"The very pink of perfection.''
Y.D.C. '55-'56; Altar Guild '56'57; fletfes Staff
'56-'57; Senior Little Store Committee "56-'57: Mu.
Margaret Carolyn Davis Grifton, N. C.
modest, willing, benevolent
"A friend is worth all hazards we can run."
Canterbury Club '55-'57, Corresponding Secretary
\56-'57 ; Sigma.
Catherine Allan Dent Jacksonville. Fla.
dependable, necessary, frank
"Sensible people find nothing useless."
Vice-Counselor '56-'57; Senior Little Store Com-
mittee '56- '57; Chapel Server \56-'57: Altar Guild
'56- '57; Secretary of Senior Class 56'57: Choir
'54-'57, President '56-'57; Orchesis '55-'57: Y.R.C.
'55-'57. Historian '55-\56; Canterbury Club "54-'57.
Vice-President '55-'56: Y.W.C.A. "54-"57: Hall
Representative '55; May Day Pageant '56-'57;
Belles Staff '55-"56; Stagecoach Staff \56-"57:
Senior Christmas Pageant '56; Editor of Handbook
'56-'57; Circle '57; Sigma.
Diana Arneson DeVere Morganton. N. C.
energetic, reliable, unaffected
"Worth, courage, honor, these indeed your suste-
nance and birthright are."
Secretary, Freshman Class '53-'54: Altar Guild 54-
57; Canterbury Club '53-55: Doctors" Daughters"
Club '53-57; A Midsummer Night's Dream 54-55:
Senior Pageant '56-"57: Life-Saving All Star "53-
'54; Hockey All Star '54- '55; Captain. Sigma
Hockey Team \56-"57: Bowling All Star '55-56:
Volleyball All Star "55-"56: Y.R.C. "54-"57. Vice-
President 54-'55. President 55-'56: President of
Junior Class '55-56; Legislative Body Represent-
ative '55-\56: Beacon '54- "55: Nominating Com-
mittee '53-"54: Choir "54-"57: Belles Staff "53-'56.
Feature Editor '56-'57; Stagecoach Staff "53-"56:
Bulletin Staff \54-'55; Letter Club "54-"57: Secre-
tary of Hall Council "56-"57: Circle "55-"57. Presi 1
dent '56-57 : Hall Counselor 56- 57: Crucifer "56-
'57; Y.W.C.A. '55-57: Dramatics Club "53-"57:
Florence Spots\vood Dodd Suffolk. Va.
adapted. Mike, sincere
"Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense
and plain dealing.'"
Orchesis '55-"57; Belles Staff "54-"57; Stacecoach
Staff "55-"57. Senior Writer "56-"57: Chaplain's
Assistant '56-'57: Senior Pageant "56: Dramatics
Club '54-'55; Altar Guild "54-"57: Sigma.
Joanne Louise Tripp Farlowe Raleigh, N. C.
"Mrs." "Wimp," Morehead City
"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart."
Sigma Pi Alpha '56-'57; Belles Staff '55-57. As-
sistant Editor \56-'57; Sigma.
Lucretia Anne Fennell Hickory, N. C.
"Blond," dry wit, soft-spoken
"Gentle in manner, firm in reality."
Glee Club '55-'57; Y.R.C. '55-'57; Choir '56-'57;
Y.W.C.A.; Ensemble "56-"57; Granddaughters' Club
'56-'57: Altar Guild \56-'57; Mu.
Alice Westbrook Fowler Statesville. N. C.
agreeable, quiet, nice
"What sweet delight a quiet life affords."
Dramatics Club '55-'57; Y.D.C. 1 "55-'57; Grand-
daughters' Club '55-'57; Mu.
Carol Griffith Freeman Richmond, Va.
Lovely eyes, immaculate, quiet
"The hand that follows intellect can achieve."
Belles Staff "56-'57; Stagecoach Staff \56-'57;
Altar Guild '56-'57; Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Mu.
Ruth Kumiko Fukuda Tokyo. Japan
sweet, intellect, "delightful to know"
"Of all the heavenly gifts that mortal men commend.
What trusty treasure in the world can countervail
Dramatics Club \55-'57; Y.W.C.A. \55-'56; Y.D.C.
"55-'57; Circle '57; Mu.
Elizabeth Buxton Gregory Halifax, N. C.
"Libby," genuine, trustworthy
"Earnestness and sincerity are synonymous."
Orchesis "56-'57; Class Prophet '56'57; Y.D.C.
'55-'57; Altar Guild *56-'57; Y.W.C.A. '55'57.
Secretary "56-'57; Stagecoach Staff '56-'57; Belles
Staff "55-'57. Business Manager '56-'57: Sigma Pi
Alpha '55-'57; Vice-President, Senior Class: Sigma.
Camille Jeannette Grice Raleigh. N. C.
"Shalimar," a constant stream of chatter
"A passion for life in general."
Y.W.C.A. '55-"56: Stagecoach Staff '55-'56;
Y.D.C. '55-'56; Belles Staff '56-'57; Mu Cheerleader
'56'57; Altar Guild '56-'57; Y.R.C. '56-'57; Mu.
Margaret Louise Hamilton Whitakers. N. C.
brilliant, phone-calls, southern drawl
"The better part of wisdom is discretion."
Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'57; Sigma Pi Alpha
'55-'57; Belles Staff. Chief Copyreader '56-'57;
Dramatics Club '55-'57, President '56-'57; fPTm'
Every Woman Knows '56: Peg O' My Heart "57:
Senior Pageant '56: Niles Medal \55-'56: A/u.
Elizabeth Madison Hargraye Pe'ersburg. Va.
cute, letters, re'iring
"There is likewise a reward for fai'hful silence."
Vice Counselor '56'57: Y.W.C.A. '55-'56: Sigma
Cheerleader '55-'57; Glee Club "55-"56: Sigma.
Dorothy Katharine Harley Columbus. Ga.
"Worm, ' faithful, genteel
"So mild, so merciful, so strong, so good.
So patient, peaceful, loyal, loving, pure.'"
Belles Staff '55-'57; Y.W.C.A. "55-\56. President
of Y.W.C.A. '56-'57: Secretary of Y.R.C. "56-"57:
Assistant Secretary of Hall Council 56-57: Senior
Little Store "56-"57: Circle "56-"57: Mu.
Barbara Virginia Harwood Winston-Salem. N. C.
reserved, sweet, thoughtful
"A soft answer turneth away wrath.'"
Y.W.C.A. '55'56: Y.R.C. "55-"57: Mu.
Elizabeth. Kimball Hatcher Raleigh. N. C.
Patient, mill, enchanting
"A lovely lady, garmented in light
From her own beauty."
Junior Dance Marshal "55- 56: President of Day
Students 56-57: Orchesis 56-57: Legislative Body
"56-"57: Stagecoach Staff "56-"57. Art Editor '57:
May Dav Pageant "55-57: Sigma.
Mary Louise Hill Winston-Salem. N. C.
"Weezie," nonchalant, impossible
"I would live the same life over if I had it to live
Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Y.D.C. '56-'57; Altar Guild '56-
'57: Belles Staff '56-'57; Mu.
Sara Lecare Hobbs Charlotte, N. C.
rig queen, "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue,'' sophisti-
"Let your life lightly dance on the edges of time."
Altar Guild '55-'57; Y.W.C.A. \55-\57; Orchesis
'55-'57, Council '55-'56, President '56-'57; Belles
Staff '55-'57, Cigarette Manager '56'57; Hall Coun-
selor '56-'57; May Day '55-'57; All Star Dancing
Dorothy Joy Howell Waycross, Ga.
"No sweat," friendly, New York
"Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles."
Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Dramatics Club '55'56; Orchesis
'55-'57; Stagecoach Staff '56-'57; Mu Cheerleader
'56-'57; Senior Dance Marshal '56-'57; May Day
'56-'57; Senior Pageant \56-'57; Nominating Com-
mittee '55-'56; Mu.
Olivia Erickson Huske Cooleemee, N. C.
small talk, forgetful, attractive
"I want by understanding myself, to understand
Canterbury Club '53-'54; Choir \53-'54: Hockey
'55-'56; Glee Club '53-'56; Dramatics Club '53-'57;
Acolyte '56-'57; Granddaughters' Club '53-'57;
Y.W.C.A. '54- '55; Stagecoach Staff '56-'57; En-
semble '55- ! 56; Mu.
Patricia Pemberton Husxe Fayetteville. N. C.
"Trish," Y'all, likable
"My heart is ever at your service."
Canterbury Club '53-'54; Y.D.C. \54-\55; Dra-
matics Club '54-'57; Y.W.C.A. '54- '57; Belles Staff
'54-\57, Circulation Manager \56-\57; Beacon '54-
'55; Hockey Team '54-'56; Y.R.C. '55-'57. Vice-
President '55-'56; Altar Guild \55-\57: Treasurer
of Junior Class '55-'56; Vice-Counselor '56-'57;
Crucifer '56-'57; Chairman of Assembly \56-\57:
Jane Harrei.l [rbi Winston-Salem. N. C.
sparkling, talkative, character
"Good humor only teaches charms at last.
Still makes new conquests and maintains the past."
Y.W.C.A. "55-"56: Y.D.C. '55-'57; Stagecoach
Staff '55-'57, Chief Typist '56'57; Belles Staff "55-
'57. Exchange Editor '56-"57; Altar Guild '56-'57;
Manager of Senior Little Store '56-'57; Chairman
of Legislative Body "56-\57: Circle '56-'57; Senior
Pageant '56- '57; Mu.
Elizabeth Coleman Jenkins Kinston, N. C.
lovely smile, charming, gracious
"Beauty is part of the finished language hy which
Vice-President of Freshman Class \53-'54: Dra-
matics Club '53-'57; Canterbury Club '53-'55;
Beacon '54-'55; Belles Staff '53-'57; Stagecoach
Staff '53-'57; Cranddaughters' Club '53-'57, Vice-
President '54-'55, President '55-'56; Y.W.C.A. '55-
'57; Honor Council Representative '54-'5T: May
Court '53-'57. Maid of Honor '54-'56. May Queen
\56-'57: Altar Guild '56-'57: Secretary of Student
Government '56- '57; Vice-Counselor '56'57: Circle
'56-57. Treasurer '56-'57; Senior Pageant 56-57:
Maky Catherine Jones Charlotte, N. C.
"A/. C," sportsmanship, dictionary
"Where there's a will there's a way."
Basketball '55-'56; Volleyball '55-'56; Swimming
All-Star '55-'56; Badminton '55-'56: Letter Club.
President '56'57; President of Mas '56'57; Nomi-
nating Committee '55-'57. Chairman '57: Glee Club
'55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'56: Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Captain
Hockey Team "56-'57: Altar Guild 56-57: Hall
Counselor '56-'57; Mu.
Allene Coats Keith Wilmington. N. C.
effervescence, brains, which one?
"A glass of fashion and the mould of form."
Junior Dance Marshal '55-'56; Sigma Cheerleader
'55-'57, Chief '56-'57; Stagecoach Staff "55-'57:
Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Y.D.C. '55-'56: Senior Marshal
'56-57; Hall Counselor '56'57: Orchesis '55-57:
Altar Guild "56'57: May Day \55-"56. May Court
Mary Ann Keith Wilmington. N. C.
poise, intellect, which one?
"Beauty and knowledge maketh the great."
Junior Dance Marshal "55-"56: Y.D.C. '55-56:
Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Stagecoach Staff '55-'57. Chief
Copyreader '56-'57: Senior Marshal '56'57: Hall
Counselor '56'57; Orchesis '55-57: May Day '55-
'56: May Court '56-'57: Altar Guild "56-'57: Mu.
Lectora Jane Kessinger Janesville. Wis.
conscientious, Harvard M. S.
"Who should express her goodliest virtue — she has
Legislative Body Representative '55-56: Dramatics
Club '55-'57: Y.R.C. '55-'57. Vice-President '56-57:
Y.W.C.A. '55-"57: Altar Guild '56-"57: Hall Repre-
sentative '55-56: Canterbury Club '55- 5<: Belles
Staff '55-'57: Stagecoach Staff '56-'57: Hall Coun-
selor '56-"57: Little Store Committee '56- '57:
Mary Lou Macon Raleigh. N. C.
delightful, charm, poise
"Demure and quiet is she. and yet
Methinks there's something more beneath. "
Stagecoach Staff '55'57: Orchesis '56-"57: Mu.
Carolyn Madden Myers Raleigh, N. C.
stage, talented, "Eloise"
"Those who love music are gentle and honest in
Glee Club '55-'57; Ensemble '56- '57; Sigma Pi
Alpha '55-'S7; Orientation Committee '56-\57; Hall
Counselor \56-'57; Stagecoach Staff '56-'57; Mu.
Lucy Anne McPherson Littleton, N. C.
individuality, dates, striking
"From a little spark may burst a mighty flame."
Y.W.C.A. '54-'57; Belles Staff '55-'57; May Day
'55-'56; Stagecoach Staff \56-"57; Altar Guild
'56-'57; Little Store Committee '56-'57; Y.R.C. '56-
'57; Dramatics Club '56-\57; Sigma.
Elinor Dark Newberne; Raleigh, N. C.
pleasant, scholarly, musical
"A girl of quiet thinking, and independent view."
Sarah Jane Nicholson Raleigh. N. C.
Carolina, "D. S.,"' blond curls
"The most precious goods oft come wrapped in the
Stagecoach Staff '56-'57: Sigma.
Eva Jean Oakley Roxboro, N. C.
"Wilkins said . . .," wit, "diamonds are a girl's best
"Can we ever have too much of a good thing?"
Hall Representative '55-'56; Glee Club \55-'56;
Nominating Committee '55-'57; Hall Counselor
'56-"57: Bulletin \56-\57; Senior Christmas Pag-
eant \56-'57: Vice-President of Senior Class "56-'57:
Louise Dearing Oliver Savannah. Ga.
genteel, pretty, congenial
"Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind."
Altar Guild '56-'57; Y.D.C. '55-'57; Y.R.C. '55-'56;
Canterbury Club '55-56: Dramatics Club "55-"56:
Belles Staff '56-'57; Senior Christmas Pageant '56-
'57; Senior Dance Marshal '56-'57; Sigma.
Lynne Morel Palmer Raleigh. N. C.
pinned, vivacious, Kappa Sig
"A smile for all. a greeting glad.
A lovable, jolly way she had."
Bulletin 56-'57; Dramatics Club '56-'57; Stage-
coach Staff '55-'57; Mu.
Mamie Ruth Parks LaGrange. N. C.
efficient, parlies, "the dragon"
'"Silence is not always tact, and it is tact that is
golden . . . not silence."
Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Y.D.C. \56-"57: Orchesis '56'57;
Belles Staff '55-'57; Bulletin '56-57; Vice-Counselor
Frances Simmons Pearson Southern Pines. N. C.
"Tooch," individual, fun
"The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps
Letter Club '55-'57; Altar Guild "54-"56: Dramatics
Club '53-'57; Canterbury Club "53-'54: Grand-
daughters' Club \53-\57: Bulletin "53-'57; Stage-
coach Staff '55-'57, Editor "56-\57; Circle '56-'57:
Senior Christmas Pageant '56-'57| Hall Counselor
'56-'57; Swimming All-Star '53; Softball Team
'54-'56: Hockey Team '55-'56: Hockey All-Star '55;
Volleyball All-Star '56. Captain '56: Nominating
Committee 56-'57; Captain Mu Basketball Team
Anne Hunter Powell Pittsboro. N. C.
panic, plans, "Well, kids?"
"It is a rough road that leads to the heights of
Altar Guild '55-'57; Granddaughters' Club "54-'57:
Canterbury Club '54-57, President '55-57: Raleigh
Canterbury Club '54-'57, Vice-President \55-"57:
Senior Christmas Pageant "56-57: Chapel Server
'56-'57; Y.W.C.A. \55-'57: Dramatics Club \54-'55:
Evelyn Barrett Proctor Roanoke Rapids. N. C.
Reliable, thoughtful, sincere
"A cheerful temper joined with innocence will make
beauty attractive, knowledge delightful, and wit
Belles Staff '56-"57: Orchesis "55-'57: Stagecoach
Staff "56-'57: Glee Club '55-"56: Altar Guild "56-"57:
Testator of Senior Class "56-"57: Mu.
Jennie Byrd Proctor Fuquav Springs. N. C.
Voice, versatile, petite
'"For all that's fair is. by nature good.
For all that's good is beautiful and fair."
Orchesis "55'57: Y.W.C.A. "55'56: Choir "56 '57.
Vice-President "56-57: Glee Club '55-57. President
"56-'57: Belles Staff \56-"57: Mu.
Margaret McIver Reese High Point. N. C.
helpful, understanding, cordial
"To look up and not down,
To look forward and not back."
Y.D.C. '55- '57; V.W.C.A. '55'56; Belles Staff '56-
'57; Stagecoach Staff '55-'57; Canterbury Club
'55-'56; Vice-Counselor '56-'57; Senior Pageant
'56: Treasurer. Senior Class '56- '57: Sigma.
Sharon Elaine Ridceway Raleigh, N. C.
Elvey — Elvey — Elvey
"Life is not life at all without delight."
Nominating Committee '55-'56; Belles Staff '.56-'57:
Stagecoach Staff '55-'57; Orchesis '55-'57; Christ-
mas Pageant '56; May Day '56: Dramatics Club
Harriette Ann Robinson Charlotte. N. C.
weenie, dates, vivacious
"A loving heart is the root of all knowledge."
Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'57; Orchesis \55-'57;
May Day '55-'57 : Stagecoach Staff '55-'57 ; Sigma.
Sarah Manning Ruark Raleigh, N. C.
"Sal," SAE pin, "Bugger"
"Modest expression of a beautiful setting to the
diamond of talent and genius."
President of Sigma Pi Alpha "56-"57: Mu.
Mildred Roberta Rucker Oxford, N. C.
hats, "Bert," studious
"No one knows what he can do 'till he tries."
Dramatics Club "55-\57; Y.D.C. \55-\57; Y.W.C.A.
■ 55-'57; Altar Guild \56-'57; Stagecoach Staff '55-
'57; Belles Staff '56-'57; Canterbury Club \55-\56;
Cynthia Elizabeth Scoville Orangeburg. S. C.
"Didi." pleasant, practical
"The bowstring of spirit was not slack"
Canterbury Club "55-"56: Stagecoach Staff '55-'56:
Belles Staff \56-"57: Orchesis '55-'57; Dramatics
Club '55'57: Y.D.C. "55-"56: Altar Guild '55-'57:
Senior Pageant "56-'57: Little Store Committee '56-
"57: May Day Pageant "56-"57: Mu.
Ann Battle Smith Goldsboro. N. C.
quiet, naive, freckles
"Naivele and an instantaneous blush."
Y.D.C. '55-'57; Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Granddaughters-
Club '55'57; Belles Staff '55-'57; Altar Cuild '56-
'57; May Day Pageant '56-'57; Dramatics Club
Mary Jennings Spainhour Lenoir, N. C.
talent, exquisite, blue ribbons
"The two noblest things, which are sweetness and
Senior Pageant '56-'57; Choir '54-'57: Glee Club
'54-'56; Dramatics Club '55-'57; Y.W.C.A. '55-'56;
Stagecoach Staff '55-'57; Altar Guild '56-'57;
BeWes Staff '54-'57; Organ Certificate '56-'57; Vice-
Counselor '56-'57; Sigma.
Anne Galloway Speir Morganton, N. C.
congenial, happy, considerate
"Happiness sneaks in through a door
that you didn't know you left open."
Stagecoach Staff '55-'57; Belles Staff '56-'57;
Basketball '55-'56: Choir '55-'57j Glee Club \55-'56:
Y.R.C. \55-'57: Orchesis '55'57: May Day '55-57:
Granddaughters' Club '55-'57: Sigma.
Sue Harper Stanford Burlington. N. C.
fun, sedate, clever
"There is no knowledge that is not power."
Y.W.C.A. \55-'57: Altar Guild '55'57: Y.D.C. '56-
'57: Belles Staff '56-'57: Little Store Staff "56'57:
Barbara Scott Thomas Asheboro. N. C.
doll face. KappaSig
"A sweet attractive kind of grace."
Glee Club "55-'56: Y.W.C.A. "55'56: Orchesis "56-
'57: Belles Staff '56-57: Dramatics Club "56-57:
Senior Pageant "56-"57: Mu.
Mary Reaves Tillery Mullins. S. C.
busy, earnest, soft-spoken
"Sincere and most worthy."
Glee Club "55-57: Choir "56-"57: Sigma Pi Alpha
"56'57: Belles Staff "55-"57: Senior Pageant "56-57:
Nancy Anne Tunnell Raleigh. N. C.
trustworthy, Redhead, "Russell"
"Why worry — its much easier to laugh."
Belles Staff '55-'S6; Glee Club '55-'56; Stagecoach
Staff '56-'57, Editor, Business Staff '56'57; Orien-
tation Committee '56-'57; Mu.
Jane Crawford Walker Roanoke. Va.
ingenuous, conscientious, everyone's friend
"Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing
Canterbury Club \53-'54; Dramatics Club '53-'57;
Stagecoach Staff '53-'57; Belles Staff '53-57;
Y.W.C.A. '53-'57, President '55-'56; Vice-President
of Sophomore Class '54-'55; Beacon '54-'55; Ping-
Pong Medal '54-'56; Badminton Medal '54-'55;
Volleyball All-Star '54-'56, Medal '55-'56: Y.D.C.
'54-'55; Letter Club "55-'57; Legislative Body Rep-
resentative '55- '57, Chairman. Petitioning Com-
mittee '55-'56; Circle '55-'57; Altar Guild '56-'57;
Hall Counselor '56/57, Chairman of Hall Council
'56-'57: Senior Pageant \56-'57; Sigma Pi Alpha
Phyllis Brenda Wall Raleigh. N. C.
industrious, talkative, dependable
"Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful
Canterbury Club '55-'56; Y.R.C. '56-'57; Stage-
coach Staff '56-'57; Christmas Pageant '56-'57:
Josephine Reid Ward Greensboro. N. C.
"Jose, ' eyes, striking
"Beautiful in form and posture.
Lovely as the day."
Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; Y.D.C. \55-'57, Vice-President
'55-'57; Sigma Cheerleader '55-'57; Junior Dance
Marshal '55-'56; Chief Marshal '56-'57; May Court
'55-'56, Maid of Honor '56-\57; Altar Guild '56-'57:
Orchesis '55-'57; Hall Counselor \56-'57; Belles
Staff '55-'57; Sigma.
Jane Rhea White Roanoke Rapids. N. C.
industrious, dead lines, friendly
"Energy and persistence conquer all things."
Belles Staff '55-'57, Editor \56-'57; Vice-Counselor
'56-'57; Stagecoach Staff '55-'57; Y.W.C.A. '55-
'57; Altar Guild '56-'57: Y.D.C. '55-'57; Dramatics
Club '55-'57; Acolyte '56-'57; Canterbury Club
Kay Wilhelm Charlotte. N. C.
Jack, engaged, genuine
"Wise to resolve, and patient to perform.''
Dramatics Club \55-"57: Belles Staff '55-'56:
Y.W.C.A. '54-'55: Sigma.
Julia Steele Willcox Florence, S. C.
gay, gracious, wonderful Julio
"Where beauty is. there will be love."
Orchesis '55/57; Choir '55-'56; Glee Club '55-'57;
Ensemble 'S5-'56; Dramatics Club '5S-'S7; What
Every Woman knows '56: Junior Dance Marshal
'55-'56; Canterbury Club \55-'56: Y.D.C. '55-'57;
Hall Counselor '56-'57; Marshal "56-"57: Organ
Certificate '56-57: Assistant Organist '56-'57: May
Court '56-'57: Circle '57: Sigma.
Sarah Frances Williams Goldsboro, N. C.
SAE, panic, chatterbox
"Worry never made a woman great.
Y.W.C.A. "55-'57: Belles Staff '55-'56: Stacecoach
Staff '56-'57; Y.D.C. "56-57: Senior Pageant '56-
'57; Canterbury Club '55-57: Mu.
Marilyn Frances Zschau Raleigh. N. C.
originality, intellect, "the mouth '
"Her future is aglow 7 with possibilities. '
Belles Staff \55-'57; Glee Club '55-57: Ba^lien and
Bastienna '56: The Magic Flute 56: \.R.C. 56- 57:
Dramatics Club '56-'57: Senior Pageant "56-"57:
Vice-Counselor \56-'57; Mu.
This is it!!! Only fifteen seconds remain, ladies and
gentlemen, before the take-off of the first rocket ship to
the moon. Now 5 ... 4 ... 3 ... 2 ... 1. There she
goes — The Saint Mary's Angel.
This is most unusual, folks: the 1957 class of S.M.J.C.
has just left to form a new civilization on the moon.
We have here plans of what each hopes to do. Let's read
The class is very fortunate in having petite Ruth
Fukuda on hand to act as interpreter for the moon-men.
Since this is an unusually gifted class, there are many
celebrities: but the brightest star by far is president-elect.
Frances Pearson who is on her way to the moon to play
golf. But speaking of celebrities, on board also are four
members of King Saoul's harem — Jane Walker. Margie
Reese, Anne Speir. and Polly Daniel.
Some of these space travelers bent on literary pur-
suits are: Ann Bonner and Mamie Ruth Parks confided
they were going to get away from it all and write the
much-needed book. How To Get Along With Your Eng-
lish Teacher: Jane Rhea White will take over the column
of her advisor and will write each Sunday, "English As
It Is Writ and Spoke." Barry Bowen plans a sequel to
"Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer." while Sylvia Crumpler
intends to finish her book. How To Pick a Good Date
At West Point, and dedicate it to her friend, Legare
Hobbs. Everyone knows that Eric Huske's "Advice to
the Lovelorn" is internationally read, but Eric says that
she gets most of her letters from Camille Grice, Diddy
Scoville, and Elise Bond. Last, but by no means least
of the writers are the famous Joyce Curry and Jane Irby.
co-authors of the famous book. How to Flick In and Slill
Pass at Saint Mary's.
Helen Corbett plans to open an exclusive dress shop
which is certain to be a success due to her efficient staff:
Mickie Crumpler and Nancy Black, designers: Barrett
Proctor, high-fashion model; and Betsy Brinkley, spe-
cial model for ladies' shoes. And here is a word to the
wise — Mary Lou Macon and Sarah Nicholson will be
on hand to model sweaters and bathing suits! Helen's
shop will be decorated by the famous team. Lou Cheat-
ham and Mary Spainhour, Lou's seven French poodles
and Mary's nine thoroughbred stallions will be shipped
Dotty Peirson and Sharon Ridgeway plan to set up
a frat and be house mothers for any stray Kappa Sig's
that happen to drop by. Lee Arbogast and Sarah Frances
Williams, both millionairesses, leave Earth to get away
from their five husbands. Louise Oliver, wife of movie
star Rock Hudson, is planning a short rest. And Cole-
man Jenkins. Miss America. Miss Universe, and Miss
Galaxy, has just divorced her ninth husband and is going
to the moon to find the tenth. Also in the way of beauty
it seems that Julia Willcox and Josie Ward are vying
with each other for the title. "Playmate of the Year."
Several girls are more interested in the intellectual
side of the trip: Betty Bond and Sissy McNinch plan to
set up a business school modeled after the one of their
ideal. Miss Boineau: while Lucy McPherson. Anne
Powell, and Phyllis Wall, who have just returned from
studying the classics in Greece and discovering that the
Saint Mary's English Department had already taught
them everything, are searching for primary knowledge
of moon lit. Sallv Ruark and Elinor Newberne plan to
teach French, but Sally is rather worried that Elinor
wont make it to class on time. Ann Robinson will open
a school for teaching aspiring young moon-struck fe-
males Southern charm. Her capable assistants will be
Lynne Courtney and Carol Freeman. Margaret Louise
Hamilton and Pat Adams will set up an outpost of the
Arthur Murray studio and give bop lessons to the more
jivey set of moon-men. Margaret Louise, by the way,
just received five million dollars in a suit against her
ex-hubby. Elvis Presley. And here's more gossip — there's
a good chance for a clash on the ship, because Presley's
present wife. Weezie Hill, is along also. Also on board
are Lynne Palmer and Nancy Tunnell from the Ozarks —
still looking for the lost ballad.
We see that Mary Catherine Jones is now truly a mem-
ber of the globe-trotters and is along to arrange for
basketball on the moon. Dee Dee DeVere, the great
swimmer of the English Channel, is going to see what
new channels she can conquer there. In her spare time
she plans to publish Polly Prude books.
We should mention here that Landrum Manning and
Kay Wilhelm are not aboard this space ship. They have
finally acquired that other ring for their left hands and
will follow with their husbands and new additions later.
Joanne Farlowe will come with them. Joanne now has
a Dennis the Menace to keep her Debbie company.
Mary Ann and Allene Keith, the world famous philan-
thropists (for derivation and definition of that word we
suggest an unabridged dictionary), plan to give a rest
home to their classmates and future S.M. Students. Betsy
Hargrave and Kim Hatcher, psychoanalysts, are already
setting up extra wards for the patients who will arrive
immediately following their Senior English Exam. It
seems that they now have two patients as a result of a
brawl between Westbrook Eowler and Carolyn Davis
over who would get to kiss Tab Hunter goodbye.
The space ship was almost delayed in leaving Earth,
because Barbara Thomas, the celebrated artist, just
barely made connections from Paris, where she is the
toast of the Left Bank. She was accompanied by Ann
Smith, who plans to establish another second heaven,
Goldsboro, on the moon.
Here is a Hash! Aboard the ship Tora Kessinger and
Barbara Harwood are the winners of the Hucklebuck
Contest. The music yvas furnished by Ann Fennell and
her hep-cats. Ruth Brock. Ann Byrd. and Roberta Rucker,
and featuring that star of all stars, Joan Brooks singing
"Earth Bound." Sue Stanford and Mary Tillery. the
pair who made that fabulous oil strike in Outer Mon-
golia, have just won the Cut-Throat Bridge Tournament.
By far the largest number of girls are interested in
shoyv business. Joy Howell plans to open in "My Fair
Lady" in the Moonglow Theatre. Appearing with her are
Libby Gregory. Katv Copp. Catherine Dent, and Flo
Dodd in the chorus line. They all say they owe their
present success to their days in Orchesis. Another famous
musician on board is Carolyn (Liberacel Charles (plus
the smile and the curls). Jennie Proctor, and Marilyn
Zsehau are going to appear in the famous Moon Metro-
politan House. Dorothy Harlev. Carol Biggers. and
Patricia Huske are going to the moon because they wish
to get away from publicity after the production of
"Honey Chile." the most controversial movie since "Baby
Doll." Carolyn Myers, who won an oscar for her film
portrayal of Eloise. is on board.
And this about winds it up: so happy sailing, moon
Last Will and Testament
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
County of Wake
City of Raleigh
On this third day of June. 19S7. we. the Senior crew
members of the good ship. Saint Mary's, bequeatli the
following articles in the following manner:
To Dr. Stone, our pilot, we leave our gratitude for
careful navigation. To "Miss R.." our captain, we leave
our thanks for her patient guidance during our two year
voyage. To Miss Morrison, our first mate, we leave our
appreciation for able assistance. And to the good ship.
Saint Marys, we leave a promise to uphold her standards
and to proclaim her praises in our years abroad.
And we, the crew:
I, Pat Adams, leave the grove of Academe for the
I. Lee Arbogast. leave Mr. Moore and all my political
I. Carol Biggers. bequeath the name Emma to all those
confined in the infirmary with unmentionable disorders.
I. Nancy Black, leave my dubious contacts with Hall
Council to Toddy Mann.
We. Betty Bond and Sissy McNinch, leave 2nd Holt
We. Elise Bond and Frances Pearson, leave our abilitx
to meet any deadlines to the rising Seniors.
I. Ann Bonner, leave my French linguistic ability to
I. Barry Bowen. bequeath my favorite record, "Love
and Marriage," to Jane Brady.
I. Betsy Brinkley. bequeath my bottle of Pepto-Bismal
to next year's Senior Class President.
We. Ruth Brock and Carol Freeman, will our serenity
to Peppy Currie and Cov.
I. Joan Brooks, leave to snow all Chapel Hill with my
rendition of "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend."'
I, Anne Byrd, leave for Tokyo.
I. Carolyn Charles, alias Miss Winston-Salem, recom-
mend the psychological approach to Ann Hobson.
I, Lou Cheatham, leave my well-worn path to Chapel
Hill to Nancy Page Hopkins.
We. Catharine Copp and Legare Hobbs. leave the State
Kappa Sigs to anyone else with our determination. .
I, Helen Corbett. leave to keep the home fires burning
with W lard.
1. Lynne Courtney, bequeath my efficiency to Pat
I. Sylvia Crumpler. leave my exquisite sleeping gar-
ments to Jessie Allen.
I. Joyce Curry, leave my height to Dickie Robinson.
I. Carolyn Davis, will my Hit-Paraders to anyone who
loves a filter.
I. Polly Daniel, leave my good disposition to the next
inhabitants of 3rd Holt, who'll need it after they have
climbed those steps a few times.
I. Catherine Dent. leave my Florida sun tan to Midge
I, DeeDee DeVere, leave, composed as always.
I. Flo Dodd. leave my common sense to Dot Overbeck.
I. Joanne Tripp Farlowe. leave my unique status to
Mary Ann Heath.
I, Anne Fennell. bequeath my drawl to Sally Royle.
I. Westbrook Fowler, leave, if I can find the way out.
I. Ruth Fukuda, leave my Japanese edition of the
Divine Comedy to next year's Senior Class, who will
probably learn as much from it as they would the English
I. Libby Gregory, cant leave, because I must answer
the 1st Holt phone.
I, Camille Grice. leave the Country Club for a blast.
I. Margaret Louise Hamilton, leave my blond tresses
to Joy Little.
I. Betsy Hargrave, leave to play football.
I. Dorothv Harlev. leave the Y.W.C.A. for the more
I. Barbara Harwood. bequeath my mathematical mind
to Bibi Walker.
I. Kim Hatcher, leave the Day Students' Room with
I. Weezie Hill, leave minus one kidney stone.
I. Joy Howell, leave my inimitable dance techniques
to Shirley Smith.
I. Eric Huske. leave my ability to know and tell all to
whoever will listen.
I. Trisha Huske. leave for Morehead to chaperone Dee
I. Jane Irby- leave unpassed petitions for more freedom
to next year's Leg. Body.
I. Coleman Jenkins, bequeath my title. Aphrodite, to
anvone else with my distribution of avoirdupois.
I. Mary Catherine Jones, leave Big under the super-
vision of Dabbs,
We. the Keith twins, leave our ability to exchange
identities to the Yeamans.
I. Tora Kessinger. leave my remote habitat to anvone
who doesn't mind climbing stairs.
I. Landrum Manning, leave softly humming, "Here
Comes the Bride."
I, Carolyn Myers, leave to pour water down the mail
I. Lucy McPherson, leave my nonchalence to Ginny
We. Elinor Newberne, Mary Lou Macon, and Sarah
Nicholson, leave our freedom as day students to the
boarders who never had it so good.
f, Louise Oliver, left my summer reading notes at
I, Lynne Palmer, leave for Winston-Salem.
I, Mamie Ruth Parks, leave a campus slip in every
room on 3rd Smedes, East.
I. Dotty Peirson, leave the Granddaughters' Club to
enter into the cold, cruel world.
I. Anne Powell, leave my worries and exaggerations to
I. Jennie Proctor, leave my song-bird voice to Nancy
I, Margie Reese, bequeath my Mor-Cal to Dr. Browne.
I . Sharon Ridgeway. leave my lesser ambitions
(S. M. J. C. ) to pursue higher goals (MRS).
I, Ann Robinson, leave my much used date book to
I. Sally Ruark, leave Mr. Moore— O.K. ?
I. Roberta Rucker. leave my self-portrait to hang in
the front hall of Smedes.
I. Cynthia Scoville, bequeath my knitting needles to
I. Ann Smith, will my freckles to Brooks Newton.
I. Mary Spainhour, leave my Grace Kelly air to Kit
I, Anne Speir. leave summer reading to the birds.
I. Sue Stanford, leave psychology to anyone who can
I. Barbara Thomas, leave the Kappa Sigs at Davidson,
except for one. to Chee Davis.
I. Mary Tillery, leave Barbara Thomas very, very
I. Nancy Tunnell, leave my titian tresses to. Louise
Landauer, who tried to achieve some of her own.
I. Jane Walker, leave dainty 3Vi2 size footprints lead-
ing to the nearest blast.
1. Phyllis Wall, leave my continuous loafing ability
to Weezie Key.
I. Josie Ward, leave my collection of runned stockings
to Dana Borden.
I. Jane Rhea White, leave Belles worries to anyone
who will lake them.
1. Kay Wilhelm. lake my Home Ec. with me.
I. Julia Willcox. leave my posture to the new marshals.
I. Sarah Frances Williams, leave to raise carrot-tops.
I. Marilyn Zschau. leave for the Met.
We. the testators. Mickie Clumpier and Barrett Proc-
tor, leave hurriedly to avoid injury at the hands of our
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Junior Class Officers
First row, lejt to right:
Jessie Fremont Allen, Greensboro, N. C; Jane Burch
Athev, Baltimore, Md.; Nancy Jane Atkinson. Ashe-
ville, N. C; Mary Cutler Bahnsen, Chapel Hill, N. C;
Mary Elizabeth Bailey, Kenly, N. C; Helen Hood
Baker, Smithfield, N. C.
Sarah White Barnes, Wilson, N. C. ; Jane Snyder
Bellamy, Wrightsville Beaeh, N. C; Ellen Legare
Benton. Columbia, S. C; Elizabeth Bruton Blake,
Jacksonville, Fla.; Madge McLeod Bowen, Swains-
boro, Ga.; Jane Linda Brady, Charlotte, N. C.
Julia Ethel Baker, Florence, S. C; Carole Louise
Barber, Greensboro, N. C; Joan Winfield Barber,
Charlotte. N. C; Sara Ann Barber, Wilkesboro,
N. C; Elizabeth Deppe Barker, Trenton, N. C;
Marie Page Barnes, Wilson, N. C.
Joan Kittrell Brothers, Suffolk, Va.; Robley Ann
Bruce, Lake City, Fla.; Betty York Bundy, Green-
wich. Conn.; Annie Grav Nash Calhoun. Elkin. N. C;
Virginia Sterling Chadwick, Beaufort. N. C; Caro-
line Collier Cobb, Goldsboro, N. C.
First row, left to right:
Nancy Christine Coston, Asheville, N. C; Patricia
Gray Coulter, Jacksonville, Fla.; Elizabeth Burke
Covington, Raleigh, N. C; Margaret Wester Crow-
son. Burlington, N. C; Carol Memory Clumpier,
Raleigh. N. C; Penelope Alexander Currie, Char-
lotte, N. C.
Martha Cornelia Custis, Suffolk. Va.; Mary Laura
Davis, Nashville, N. C; Joan Patricia DuBose,
Arden, N. C; Billie Faye Edmondson. Asheboro,
N. C. ; Mary Frances Hodges Edmunds. Rocky
Mount, N. C; Mary Love Elliott, Goldsboro. N. C.
Emeline Digges Elmore. Suffolk. Va.; Sadie Carol
Etheridge, Whitakers. N. C; Mary Elizabeth Evans.
Lancaster. S. C; Millie Frances Fary. Manila. Philip-
pines; Mary Hannah Finch. Thomasville. N. C;
Michael Earle Gardner, Greensboro, N. C.
Virginia Bard Gatling. Norfolk. Va.; Sally Anne
Greene. Charlotte, N. C; Henrietta McWillie Grier,
Greenwood. S. C: Mary Elizabeth Hamme. Oxford.
N. C: Sandra Minnette Handverker. Raleigli. N. C. ;
Anne Lancaster Hardin, Hendersonville. N. C.
First row, left to right:
Susan Lane Hardin, Wilmington, N. C; Barbara
Eileen Hauser, Fayetteville, N. C. ; Nancy Page Hop-
kins, Lynchburg, Va.; Dorothy Dumville Hulick,
Raleigh, N. C; Charlotte Anne Hunt, Oxford, N. C;
Frances Perry Hussey, New Bern, N. C.
Elizabeth Gadsden Lee, Sumter, S. C. ; Sara Marjorie
Lewis, Asheville, N. C; Joy Teeter Little, Fayette-
ville, N. C. ; Helen Renfrew London, Pittsboro, N. C;
Ellen Byrd Love, Blackstone, Va. ; Linda Gail Luns-
lord. Clarkesville. Ga.
Louise Grady Johnson, Burgaw, N. C; Martha Hardy
Johnson, Fountain, N. C.; Louise Judson Jones, Ra-
leigh, N. C; Judith Ann Keller, Raleigh, N. C;
Louise Norman Key, Columbus, Ga.; Jean Marie
Keyes, Raleigh, N. C.
Sybil Neat Mathis, St. Augustine, Fla.; Lois Hazle-
hurst Middleton. Sumter, S. C; Rachel Sue Minich,
Raleigh, N. C; Mary Hill Moffitt, Lexington, N. C;
Amanda Hancock Morris. Saniord, N. C; Jessie
Anne Morris, Richmond, Va.
First row, left to right:
Elizabeth McCulloch Morrison, Lynchburg, Va.;
Sarah Haile Mustard, Wilmington, N. C; Florence
Elizabeth McGowan, Franklin, Va.; Emily Zellars
McNeill, Laurinburg, N. C; Virginia Lee McPher-
son, Littleton, N. C. ; Anne Brooks Newton, South-
port, N. C.
Dorothy Overbeck, Fayetteville, N. C; Clara Louise
Pennington, Brodnax, Va.; Doris Osborne Price,
Salisbury, N. C. ; Catherine Leiding Rakestraw, At-
lanta, Ga.; Margaret Beatrice Reid. Raleigh, N. C;
Sarah McNeill Reinbert, Columbia, S. C.
Dorothy Louise Ricks, Rocky Mount, N. C: Cordelia
Richards Robinson, Littleton. N. C: Nancy Jeffress
Rodwell, Henderson, N. C; Frances Ann Rountree,
Greensboro, N. C; Sally Anne Royle. Elkins Park.
Pa.: Sue Carol Sandlin. Raleigh. N. C.
Julia Anne Scott. Signal Mountain. Tenn.; Ann
Prince Shepherd. Charleston, W. Va.; Marianna
Sink. Lexington. N. C. ; Shirley Grace Smith. Greens-
boro, N. C; Stuart Pruden Smith. Asheville. N. C:
Polly Kelly Starbuck, Raleigh, N. C.
/"i/si ;ow, /e/i to right:
Theckla Stefanou, Athens, Greece; Nancy Jean Sul-
livan, Columbus, Ga.; Janice Lynn Sutton, Fayette-
ville, N. C.; Mary Ann Tayloe, Washington, N. C;
Alma Janet Taylor, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Jean
Evelyn Thompson, Southport, N. C.
Patricia Bayard Walker, Macon, Ga.; Rebecca Irene
Walters, Greensboro, N. C; Lanetta Tuggle Ware,
Fredericksburg, Va.; Patricia Anne Watson, Raleigh.
N. C.; Leslie Weil, Goldsboro, N. C; Jenny Lee
Whitehurst, Bethel, N. C.
Katrina Crapon Tiedeman, Silver Spring, Md.; Har-
riette Elizabeth Vann, Benson, N. C; Virginia Lee
Vann, Dunn, N. C.; Elizabeth Vass VanWaganen,
Miami, Fla.; Marion Caldwell Verner, Brevard,
N. C; Jane Norvell Wagoner, Salisbury, N. C.
Margaret Etheredge Withers, Columbia, S. C; Lucy
Lynn Wooten, Fayetteville. N. C; Cynthia Spencer
Young, Columbus, Ga.; Jean Roberta Young, Dunn,
Commercial Class Officers
Mary Ann Heath
First row, left to right:
Anna Kay Overstreet Arthur, Raleigh, N. C:
Elizabeth Bryan Bond. Jacksonville, Fla.;
Charlotte Bryan Rodman Cherry, Washington.
N. C; Eunice Jeneal Deaver, Hope Mills,
N. C; Celeste Alice Fountain, Tarboro, N. C.
Carrie Ellen Gatlin, Stonewall, N. C; Mary
Ann Simmons Heath, Raleigh, N. C; Lan-
drum Norris Manning. Raleigh, N. C;
Eleanor Williams McNinch, Charlotte. N. C;
Dorothy Ann Peirson, Enfield, N. C.
Camilla Croom Rodman, Washington, N. C. ;
Sheila Miles Strother, Kinston, N. C: Eliza-
beth Carpenter Temple, Danville, Va.; Claire
Tolar Bass, Raleigh, N. C.
Sophomore Class Officers
First row, left to right:
Nan Grey Bailey, Wendell, N. C; Dana
Brownrigg Borden, Goldsboro, N. C; Susanne
Lunsford Burton, Roanoke, Va.; Mary Schuy-
ler Campbell, Gaffney, S. C.; Rebecca Kay
Carr, Windham, Maine.
Margaret Courtney Dick,
Elizabeth Mebane Dowd,
Jeanne Slocumb Dunn,
Elizabeth Constance Fisher
Martha Florelle Gwaltney,
Louise Settle Cobb, Michaux. Va.; Lillian
Gail Cohoon, Columbia, N. C. ; Jane Mc-
Master Copeland, Kinston, N. C. ; Jeannette
Gilkey Cross, Marion, N. C; Bettie Moon
Denison, Roanoke, Va.
Ann Lynn Hobson, Charlotte. N. C; Helen
Badham House, Chapel Hill, N. C; Elizabeth
Rist Howard, Tarboro, N. C. ; Lucy Adamson
Klatte, Tryon, N. C; Elizabeth Carter Lip-
ford, Raleigh, N. C.
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Lynne Meredith Lumpkin, Charlotte, N. C;
Mary Ann Lynch, Raleigh, N. C; Anne
Munro Mcintosh, Marion, N. C; Sylvia
Julienne Olson. Cleveland Heights, Ohio;
Emily Mullins Oulla, Marion, S. C.
Ann Trexler Peeler, Salisbury, N. C; Octavia
Phillips. Rockingham, N. C; Janie Jolly
Ragsdale, Raleigh, N. C. ; Marion Owen Sims,
Richland, Ga.; Harriet Smithdeal, Higli
Point, N. C.
Emmie Anne Spencer, Rocky Mount. N. C.
Anna Dahl Thompson, Tallahassee. Fla.
Virginia Masters Tyson. High Point, N. C.
Wisdom Lambeth Walker. Summit. N. J.
Deborah Wall, Rocky Mount, N. C.
Carol Anne Welborn. High Point. N. C;
Sarah Ellen White. Kinston, N. C; Joan Lee
Williams. Wendell. TV. C; Anne Lewis Yea-
mans, Fuquay Springs. N. C. ; Dorothe Rob-
erts Yeamans, Fuquay Springs, N. C.
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First rom, left to right:
Gail Marie Allen, Winston-Salem, N. C.
Martha Virginia Anderson, Wilson, N. C.
Caroline Winder Ashford, New Bern, N. C.
Elizabeth Graham Beckwith, Raleigh, N. C.
Sara Bussey Bickerstaff, Columbus, Ga.
Susan Farnham Dodd, Suffolk, Va.; Carroll
Christoph Ehringhaus, Charlotte, N. C. ; Jose-
phine Peoples Ehringhaus, Raleigh, N. C;
Rebecca Cheatham Ferebee, High Point,
N. C; Julia Ann Fuller, Mount Holly, N. C.
Dorothy Hope Buck, Asheville, N. C. ; Jose
phine Mebane Burgwyn, Jackson. N. C.
Caroline Whitehead Clark, Tarboro, N. C.
Marjorie Lyon Coddington, Charlotte, N. C.
Pauline Elizabeth Dent. Jacksonville. Fla.
Josephine Metts Huntt, Raleigh, N. C; Lil-
lian Arrington Johnston, Wilmington, N. C;
Helen Bell Jones, Gainesville, Fla.; Mary
Matilda King, Columbus, Ga.; Helen Louise
Landauer, Kinston, N. C.
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FzVaJ 7o/o, /e/f to right:
Elizabeth Randolph Latta, Louisburg, N. C;
Anne Carter Lee, Rocky Mount, Va.; Mary
Todd Mann, Upper Nyack, N. Y.; Lucy Hart
Milward, Lexington, Ky.; Allison Badger
Moore, Charlotte, N. C. '
Patricia May McDaniel, Richmond. Va.;
Mary Margaret McKee, Charlotte, N. C;
Mary Mitchell Norfleet, Winston-Salem, N. C;
Margaret Rene Pegues, Bennettsville, S. C:
Mary Cameron Phillips, Morganton, N. C.
Lula Norris Pittman, Wilson. N. C: Lynda
Sue Richert, Raleigh. N. C; Fiances Fletcher
Smith. Madison, Va.; Sara Jane Snepp. Knox-
ville, Tenn.; Carol Virden Spaulding. Chase
Mary Brown Stone. Martinsville, Va.: Vir-
ginia Page Temple. High Point. N. C: Sallie
Virginia Thompson. Wendell, N. C: Mary
Atkinson Walke. Raleigh. N. C; Frances
Moore Wands. Cooleemee. N. C.
Kate Raney Webb, Greensboro. N. C: Re-
becca Murray Webb, Wilson, N. C: Elizabeth
Weiser Winstead. Red Lion, Pa.
Nancy Marie Dennis
Lavinia Mae Rothrock
Buena Vista Edwards
Mrs. J. M. Fields
Elizabeth Layfield Smith
Mrs. Alva H. Harris
Nancy Lee Suttles
Emmalee Ward Harris
Beverly Elaine Watts
Alice June Williams
Olympia Demetrios Phillips Carol Ann Williams
Betsy Faye Pierce
Student Government Officers
First row. lejt to right: Coleman Jenkins. Secretary of Student Government; Barr\ Bowen, President uf Student Govern-
ment: Catharine Copp. Vice-President of Student Government. Second row: Kim Hatcher. President of Day Students.
Diana DeVere. Secretary of Hall Council: Jane Walker. Chairman of Hall Council.
Left to right: Dickie Robinson, Helen Corbett, Louise Jones, Catharine Copp, Barry Bowen. Coleman Jenkins, Florelle
Gwaltney, Dorothy Peirson. Shirley Smith.
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First rou\ left to right: Kim Hatcher. Catharine Copp. Earry Bowen. Jane Irby. Chairman: Catherine Dent. Kat
Webb. Claire Bass. Second row: Helen House. Susanne Burton. Betsy Brinkley. Jane Walker, Ann Rountree, Landrun
Manning. Lucy Milward. Not pictured: Kit Tiedeman. Caroline Cobb.
COUNSELORS: first row, left to right: Carolyn Charles, Diana DeVere, Secretary; Ann Bonner. Legare Hobbs. Jane
Walker, Chairman. Second row: Carolyn Myers, Julia Willcox. Catharine Copp, Tora Kessinger. Third row: Helen
Corbett, Josie Ward, Mary Ann Keith, Mary Catherine Jones. Fourth row: Frances Pearson. Eva Oakley. Betsy Brink-
ley, Allene Keith.
VICE-COUNSELORS: first row, left to right: Catherine Dent. Margaret Reese. Carol Biggers. Mamie Ruth Parks. Mary
Spainhour. Patricia Huske. Second row: Barry Bowen. Coleman Jenkins. Lou Cheatham. Dorothy Harley. Assistant
Secretary: Marilyn Zschau. Third row: Elise Bond. Betsy Hargrave. Jane Rhea White. Dorothy Peirson. Joan Brooks.
Left to right: Margaret Louise Hamilton. President: Sally Barnes. Vice-President; Miss Florence Davis. Director and
Advisor: Betsy Lipford, Publicity Chairman.
First row, left to right: Charlotte Cherry, Janet Taylor, Jennie Proctor. President: Marion Verner. Emily Oulla. Airing-
ton Johnston. Jeanne Dunn. Julia Fuller. Second row: Susan Dodd. Mary Walke. Sylvia Olson. Sarah Ellen White.
Carolyn Myers. Sue Sandlin, Lucy Klatte. Third row: Anne Byrd. Octavia Phillips, Allison Moore. Janie Snepp. Flor-
ence McGowan. Carol Spaulding. Anne Morris. Anne Fennell. Fourth row: Dorothy Hulick, Lee Arbogast. Marilyn
Zschau. Barbara Hauser. Mary Hannah Finch. Ease Pennington. Cliee Davis. Jean Thompson. Fifth row: Lambeth
Walker. Dorothe Yeamans. Patricia Watson. Anne Yeamans. Dorothy Buck, Toddy Mann. Kate Webb. Sixth row:
Helen Jones. Julia Willcox, Nancv Atkinson, Sally Lewis, Florelle Gwaltney, Dana Borden. Anna Thompson, Brooks
Left to right: Jane Rhea White. Editor: Joanne Farlowe, As-
First row, left to right: Charlotte Cherry, Carolyrr'Charles, Peppy Cu
Martha Custis, Barrett Proctor, Tora Kessinger. Arm Bonner. Mamie Ku
Camille Grice. Second row: Louise Key. Camilla Rodman, Betsy Lipf>
son, Sybil Mathis, Carol Spaulding. Carroll Ehringhaus, Arlington .1
Pegues. Ann Lynch. Lucy Wooten. Legale Hobbs, Sallie Rembert. Linda
with. Lynda Ricbert. Kate Webb. Toddy Mann. Molly Norlleet. Eleanor
Hill Moffitt. Connie Fisher. Lee Arbogast. Margaret Reese. Elise Bond.
Fourth row: Julia Baker. Peggy Withers. Mary Spainhour. Cynthia \
Claire Bass. Judy Keller. Michael Gardner. Dorothy Overbeck, Anne Mo
Zschau. Sallie Thompson. Shirley Smith. Catherine Rakestraw, Joan
Edmondson. Doris Price. Caroline Cobb. Mary Hannah Finch, Barbara H
Gail Allen. Betty Bundy. Marion Sims. Janie Ragsdale. Patricia Watson
Carole Barber. Lucy Klatte.
Bard Catling. Sara Barber. Mebane Dowd,
tb Parks. Harriet Smithdeal. Luc\ McPberson.
id. Mary Cameron Phillips, Virginia MePher-
ihnston, Sally Bickerstaff. Louise Cobb. Peggy
Lunsiord. Third row: Flo Dodd. Betsy Beck-
McNinch, Mary MeKee. Lois Middleton. Mary
Octavia Phillips. Ann Rountree. Lou Johnson,
oung. Betsy Dent. Anne Byrd. Janice Sutton,
iris. Libbv Gregory. Ease Pennington. Marilyn
Williams. Fifth row: Martha Johnson. Billie
auser. Emeline Elmore. Betty Bond. Byrd Loye.
Midge Bowen, Patricia Huske. Diana DeVere.
Sylvia Crumpler, Editor
Left to right: Eva Oakley. Mickie Clumpier. Mamie Ruth Parks. Prances Pearson. Caroline Cobb, Not pictured: Beth
Morrison. Arrington Johnston. Helen Jones. Coleman Jenkins, Mary Louise Hill. Mary Spainhour, Carolyn Charles.
Stagecoach Editorial Staff
Frances Pearson, Editor
Firm row, left to right: Mary Lou Macon, Ann Robinson. Barry Bowen, Catharine Copp. Frances Hussey. Caroline
Ashford, Virginia McPherson, Nancy Page Hopkins. Second row: Barbara Hauser. Barrett Proctor. Flo Dodd. Ruth
Brock. Carol Freeman. Mebane Dowd, Anna Thompson. Bettie Denison. Betty Howard. Anne Yeamans. Third row:
Florence McGowan. Elizabeth Lee. Anne Speir, Carol Crumpler. Mar} Balinsen, Jane Copeland. Emmie Spencer. Mere-
dith Lumpkin. Margaret Reese. Jeannette Cross. Dana Borden. Harriet Smithdeal. Fourth row: Camille Grice. Jane
Rhea White. Betsy Lipford. Tora Kessinger, Judy Scott, Janice Sutton, Joan DuBose. Sally Barnes. Man" Ann Keith.
Stagecoach Business Staff
Nancy Tunnell, Editor
First row, lejt to right: Molly Norfleet. Virginia Anderson, Arrington Johnston. Carol Spauld'ng. Janie Snepp, Ann:'
Lynch, Joan Williams. Second row: Carolyn Myers, Sarah Nicholson. Emily Oulla. Rehecca Wehli. Josephine llunll.
Bonnie Stone, Annie Gray Calhoun. Sharon Ridgeway. Third row: Kim Hatcher. Connie Fisher. Landrum Manning.
Josie Ehringhaus. Lucy Milward, Jane Bellamy. Susan Dodd. Janie Kagsdale. Joy Howell, Nan Bailey.
Lou Cheatham, President
First row, left to right: Sybil Mathis, Millie Fary. Sylvia Olson. Anna Thompson. Jennie Proctor. Vice-President: Lou
Johnson. Second rote: Catherine Dent. President: Helen London. Florelle Gwaltney. Octavia Phillips. Nancy Coston.
Eric Huske. Third rote: Dana Bordon, Louise Cohb. Anne Fennell. Marx Spainhour, Brooks Newton. Fourth rote:
Lee Arbogast, Betsy Brinkley, Kit Tiedeman. Diana DeVere. Crucifer: Patricia Huske. Crucifer: Celeste Fountain.
Left to right; Dorothy Harley, President; Jane Copeland. Vice-President; Libby Gregory, Secretary-Treasurer.
First roiv, left to right: Caroline Ashford. Anne Mcintosh. Anne Yeamans. Recording Secretary; Emmie Spencer. Treas-
urer; Anne Powell. President; Carolyn Davis. Corresponding Secretary: Carol Spaulding. Arrington Johnston. Second
row: Dorothc Yeamans, Betsy Lipford. Tora Kessinger. Jo Burgwvn. Bettv Howard. Josie Ehringhaus. Third row:
Kate Webb. Carole Barber. Barbara Hauser. Betsy Dent, Josephine Huntt.
First row, left to right: Caroline Ashford. Josie Ehringhaus, Brooks Newton. Lucy Wooten. Betty Covington. Helen
London, Annie Gray Calhoun. Second row: Frances Pearson. Kate Webb. Jeanne Dunn. Joyce Curry. Ruth Brock.
Jeannette Cross, Dorothy Peirson. President; Octavia Phillips. Ann Smith. Betty Howard. Anne Powell. Third row:
Betty Latta, Betsy Beckwith, Helen Jones, Josephine Hunlt, Carroll Ehringhaus. Jane Bellamy, Mary Ann Tayloe. Cole-
man Jenkins. Mary Moffitt.
Doctors' Daughters' Club
First row, left to right: Ann Bonner, President: Anne Mcintosh. Caroline Ashford. Beth Morrison. Debbie Wall. Sally
Mustard. Second rote: Billie Edmondson. Bibi Walker. Mary Ann Tavloe. Marion Sims. Susanne Burton.
Left to right: Lucy Milward, Historian; Dorothy Harley, Secretary; Caroline Cobb, President; Tora Kessinger, Vice-
President; Millie Fary, Treasurer.
Left to right: Josie Ward, Vice-President; Lee Arbogast, President; Kit Tiedeman. Secretary-Treasurer.
First row, left lo right: Mary Ann Keith, AUene Keith. Josie Ward. Chief Marshal. Second row.
Mickie Crumpier. Julia Willcox. Third row: Sylvia Crumpler.
First row, left to right: Joan Brooks. Chief Dance Marshal: Joan Barber, Ann Hobson. Second row:
Lou Cheatham. Pollv Starbuck. Ann Peeler. Third row: Toddy Mann. Mary Hannah Finch. Fourth
row: Ease Pennington, Julia Baker. Fifth row: Midge Bowen, joy Howell.
Order of the Circle
First row, left to right: Susanne Burton. Louise Cobb. President; Jeanette
Cross. Second row: Florelle Gwallney. Betty Howard, Betsy Lipford. Third
row: Marion Sims. Emmie Spencer. Debbie Wall. Not pictured: Allison
Moore, Kate Webb. Page Temple. Jane Copeland.
Margaret Louise Hamilton
Mary Hill Moffitt
Julia Ann Scott
OFFICERS: Carol Bigckrs, President: Kit TlEDEMAN,
CHEERLEADERS: First row, left to right: Ann Hobson, Peppy Currie. Allene Keith. Chief: Josie Ward. Mary Hill
Moffitt. Second row: Carolyn Charles. Betsy Hargrave, Jessie Allen. Meredith Lumpkin. Susanne Burton. Judy Scott.
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CHEERLEADERS: Left to right: Connie Fisher, Nan Baile;. Camille Grice, Belh Morrison, Eleanor McNinch, Chief:
Lou Cheatham, Michael Gardner. Florence McGowan, Lou Johnson, Carroll Ehringhaus, Millie Fary, Lou Pittman.
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Florelle Gwaltney, Mamie Ruth Parks. Ann Bonner. Octavia Phillips. Cynthia Scoville. S\ hil Mathis. Chee Davis.
Michael Gardner, Beth Morrison. Nancy Page Hopkins. Sharon Ridgeway, Joan Brooks. Mickie Crumpler. Elizabeth
Blake. Legare Hobbs, President. First row: Jennie Proctor. Bard Catling. Kim Hatcher, Anne Yeamans. Anna Thomp-
son. Sylvia Crumpler. Second row: Josie Ward, Jo Burgwyn. Joy Little. Lobby Gregory. Mary Ann Keith. Ann Robin-
son. Millie Fary. Third row: Julia Ann Fuller. Catharine Copp. Julia Willcox, Lou Cheatham. Linda Lunsford. Jessie
Allen. Fourth row: Barbara Thomas. Betsy Hargrave. Flo Dodd. Barrett Proctor. Catherine Dent. Anne Speir.
First row, left to right: Frances Pearson. Florelle Gwaitney, Caroline Cobb, Diana DeVere, Helen House. Second row:
Kit Tiedeman, Dorothe Yeamans. Jane Walker. Third row: Mary Catherine Jones. President. Not pictured: Barry
Bowen. Catharine Copp. Helen Corbett. Anne Powell, Betsy Brinkley, Jenny Whitehurst. Lucy Milwood.
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Center: Coleman Jenkins. Queen: lejl to right: Octavia Phillips, Helen Corbelt. Mary Ann Keith. Florelle Gwaltney.
Sylvia Crumpler, Dickie Robinson, Josie Ward. Maid of Honor; Midge Bowen, Mickie Clumpier. Julia Willcox, Allene
Keith. Marjorie Coddington, Betty Howard.
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